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Neighbourhood Plan Proposal

The three Councils of Bamburgh, North Sunderland and Beadnell have prepared a Draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Area of the three parishes.  The Plan proposes a number of planning policies which once adopted must be used in the determination of planning applications within the Parishes.

The Parish Councils are required to publicise the Draft Plan and invite comments. Copies of the Plan will be available for public inspection for a period of not less than six weeks commencing at 6pm on 18 July 2017 and ending at 6pm on 29 August 2017.

The Plan and supporting documents can be viewed on the Seahouses Development Trust website http://www.seahouses.org/ after 6pm on 18th July.

The Draft Plan will be available for inspection at The Hub, Seahouses Development Trust, Stone Close, Seahouses, Northumberland NE68 7YL on Monday to Thursday between 10.00am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4pm.

The Draft Plan will also be available at drop in sessions where there will also be background information about the plan:

The Hub, Tuesday 18 July, 6pm to 8pm; Seahouses Methodist Church, Wednesday 19 July, 10am to 12am; Beadnell WI, Wednesday 19 July, 1pm to 3pm; and Bamburgh Pavilion, Thursday 20 July, 10am to 12 am.

Any person, business or organisation may comment on the Plan.

Representations may be made by email or by post to the above addresses at the top of this notice.

All representations must be received by the Parish Councils no later than 6pm on 29 August 2017. All representations will be publicly available and will be considered by the Parish Councils in producing the final Plan which will then be submitted to Northumberland County Council as local planning authority for Independent Examination.

Please see link

Public Notice Reg 14 SITE NOTICE template (002) bamburgh.pdf

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